Translation of e-business in Spanish:

e-business

Pronunciation: /ˈiːˌbɪznəs; ˈiːˌbɪznɪs/

n

  • 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (world of electronic commerce) e-business (m), negocios (mpl) electrónicos
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    • Most of us would agree that a superb e-business Web site is one that meets all of our needs as quickly as possible.
    • London's mayor is to get an e-business adviser to promote e-commerce and hi-tech businesses in the capital.
    • Employees working in the e-business and web sector in Ireland receive salaries on a par with other economic sectors.
    1.2 countable/numerable (firm) e-business (masculine)
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    • Mirador was chaired by Jonathan Mills, who was also a founder of Trinity Technology which spawned the failed e-business consultancy Ebeon.
    • We have funded money into Stanford University, into the e-business school there.
    • To realise the value of the prize, Labyrinth undertook to build an e-business system for Irish Farmhouse within six months.

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